- An operator is overloaded by writing a non-static member function definition or global function definition as you normally would, except that the function name now becomes the keyword operator followed by the symbol for the operator being overloaded.
- The address (&) and comma (,) operators may also be used with objects of any class without overloading. The address operator returns the address of the object in memory. The comma operator evaluates the expression to its left then the expression to its right. Both of these operators can also be overloaded.
- Assuming that overloading an operator such as + overloads related operators such as += or that